REACH FOR THE STARS WITH THE ASTRONOMIA SKY

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In the center of the watch, a hand-engraved titanium globe rotates on itself, indicating day and night wherever you are. 

Above this celestial dial, the Oval Sky Indicator will make you feel close to the heavens as it showcases constellations from the Northern Hemisphere.

Jacob & Co’s extravagant timepiece also features a diamond sphere, which represents the moon. The breathtaking triple axis gravitational tourbillon rotates on one axis in 60 seconds, on the second axis every five minutes and around the dial every 20 minutes — very astronomical! 

The 18-karat rose gold case has versions with and without diamonds. Fewer than 25 watches are made each year. 

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